Tamim Iqbal will look to build a big score on Day Two © AFP
Tamim Iqbal will look to build a big score on Day Two © AFP

Bangladesh got to 7 for no loss after bowling out South Africa for 248 runs in their first innings on the opening day of the first Test at Chittagong on Tuesday. Openers Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes remained unbeaten after left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman claimed 4 for 37 to give the hosts the upper hand. Temba Bavuma top-scored with 54 for South Africa, and his was the last wicket to fall. South Africa were bowled out for 248  in their first innings. Earlier, Mustafizur took three wickets in four balls to rip the heart out of the South African innings before Bavuma scored his maiden Test half-century to lend some respectability to the total. LIVE SCORECARD: Bangladesh vs South Africa, 1st Test at Chittagong, Day 1

The Bangladeshi bowlers put in an excellent all-round bowling display to restrict the Proteas’ progress. Hashim Amla was the first victim of Mustafizur’s charge. He edged behind to Litton Das for 13. JP Duminy was then pegged on the back foot, and dismissed LBW for a first-ball duck. Quinton de Kock then kept the hat-trick ball out, but was bowled off the very next ball. Morne Morkel managed to stay not out in the end, as Bavuma was the last man to fall, trying to slog Mustafizur and holing out to Jubair. (With inputs from AFP) LIVE UPDATES: Bangladesh vs South Africa, 1st Test at Chittagong, Day 1